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Victor: Thanks for coming by again.
Neil: No problem. How's your daughter?
Victor: She... has not opened her eyes yet. I hope it'll happen today. I'm thinking positive. What did you bring by?
Neil: My best wishes for your daughter. Um, I-I know I asked you this last night, but you're really determined to call in Nikki's loan, right?
Victor: You better. I want it called in today.
Neil: Victor, what's waiting a few more weeks? I mean, besides, the police were just here busting up your house--
Victor: Neil, they call me a murder suspect a person of interest, it's irrelevant. I want the loan called in today, all right?
Neil: I know you do, Victor. Why are you picking today to bankrupt Nikki?
Victor: Are you taking her side or what?
Neil: Absolutely not. I would never do that. I'm just looking out for you.
Victor: I appreciate that. So call it in today.
David: Hey. Good morning.
David: You're exactly where I left you last night. I guess you've left me for a younger man.
Nikki: Yep. He had a great night.
David: Good. Then he won't mind if I steal you away for breakfast.
Nikki: Okay. After J.T. comes back from the cafeteria.
Nikki: Morning, Sunshine. Hey, Baby.
David: He certainly knows how to put a smile on your face.
Nikki: Yeah. He gives me hope that miracles are possible.
Nikki: Of course. I plan to be with her every day, as much as I can. Of course I won't be staying at the house. Victor doesn't want me there, and he's right. We can never live together again.
Kevin: You know, Mom, my spin is that you should feel really good this morning.
Gloria: Feel good? How can I feel good when Jeffrey Bardwell knows the truth?
Kevin: Well, let's see. "A"--the cops haven't dropped by. "B"--the cops haven't dropped by, and "C"--see "A" and "B."
Gloria: Yeah. That doesn't mean he hasn't told them. They could walk in here right now and put cuffs on me.
Kevin: Wrong. Because the note from your dead husband said, "Don't let her get away with it." You pointed the finger at Jill.
Gloria: No, I suggested Jill. And it was a terrible thing to do.
Kevin: Well, yeah, but, you know, self-preservation.
Gloria: Yeah. I may be guilty, but I'm not stupid. Kevin, this is supposed to be my day. Finally, I get everything I want and he has to come along and ruin it.
Kevin: Mom, if Jabot management sees you all worked up, they're gonna know that something is going on.
Gloria: Hey, if I can stay cool with Jeffrey, I can stay cool at work. It's just not knowing, you know?
Gloria: Board room, Gloria Bardwell.
Gloria: Jeffrey. Why are you calling here?
Jeff: Oh, gosh, I'm sorry, the receptionist must've connected me to the wrong extension. I'm trying to reach Katherine Chancellor. I'll try again.
Gloria: No, no, no, no-- he hung up on me. He's looking for Katherine.
Jack: Nothing positive?
Ben: Uh, well, you know what? No, I read that there's a, uh, there's a big sale going on at the mall downtown.
Jack: Now I get the jokes.
Ben: Look, it's better than the editorial page. They're coming at you with keyboards blazing. You haven't issued a press release and it looks bad.
Jack: Ben, there's too much to consider to just throw out another mea culpa.
Ben: Once you give the word, and it needs to be soon, I've got the best political speechwriter in the country in speed dial.
Jack: Hey. I'm glad you're back.
Sharon: Morning, Ben.
Ben: Sharon. I've got some calls to make.
Jack: How's Noah?
Sharon: Fine. He had fun at Samís.
Jack: I can pick him up at school today.
Sharon: That's okay.
Jack: I went back out to the ranch last night. You weren't there. I--did you stay somewhere else?
Sharon: I was out.
Jack: I know. I stayed there for awhile waiting for you. Where were you?
Sharon: With Brad.
Brad: We meet again. How's the little guy doing?
J.T.: Well, same as yesterday. No complications, which is a good thing.
Brad: You get any sleep?
J.T.: No, I, uh... woke up at 4:00 A.M., couldn't go back to sleep, so I came up here.
Brad: Yeah, I went home around 3:00. I couldn't sleep either, so I went out again.
J.T.: You didn't come back here?
Brad: What's she doing?
J.T.: She's taking his vitals. We're not allowed in the room right now. You know, every time I look at him, I wonder...
Brad: Is that my son? Me, too.
J.T.: It's crazy we don't know that.
Brad: Talk to your future in-laws.
J.T.: They can't keep putting off this D.N.A. test.
Brad: Yeah, they can.
Jack: Hey. I thought maybe you could use this.
Jack: I'm glad you have someone you can confide in. I have to admit, I wish that someone was me.
Sharon: Jack, you're the reason I left.
Jack: I realize that. But Brad?
Sharon: He is my friend.
Jack: Maybe if I'd have just stayed on at your place a little longer--
Sharon: And you know what would've happened? I would've found you and I would've asked you to leave. Okay, and yes, I came home. Alone.
Jack: I'm glad to hear that.
Sharon: You know how much easier it was for me to stay there at my old house than here? Sometimes I feel like I cannot breathe when I'm here.
Jack: Sharon, this situation will improve.
Sharon: Oh, the situation? Really? Has the situation gotten worse? Because Ben's here. What's going on?
Jack: The senate has censured me. If I don't resign, there's talk of impeachment.
Sharon: Oh, God. Oh, my God, Jack. Well, you know what Noah would say to this? He'd say, it sucks. And then I would tell him not to use that phrase, because I really, personally hate that phrase, but you know what? It's the best way to describe this! It sucks!
Jack: Maybe that's the two-word sound bite Ben's looking for.
Sharon: Well, you did it to yourself.
Jack: I realize that.
Sharon: Really? Really? It just never seems to make any difference to you, Jack. You--you would lie as easily as some people just breathe! I mean, did you ever stop to think--for one moment-- did you stop to think what this would do to Noah? And the fact that he's going to feel like having to defend you again?
Jack: I will talk to Noah.
Sharon: Really? Oh, like you did the last time? Because that's one for my hit parade-- how very good people can make bad mistakes?
Jack: That's right. Sometimes good people do.
Sharon: But aren't we-- aren't we what we do, Jack? And I'm just asking you because I really wanna know. You know, you are capable of being such a wonderful man, but you always give in to the side of you who just wants what he wants, no matter how wrong it is, and you do it again and again!
Jack: I wasn't lying to you last night. I honestly felt I was protecting my father from a woman--
Sharon: Okay, okay, I can't listen to this. I canít. You know what, Ben? Stay, all right? Maybe you can help my husband out of the situation that he's in, because I canít.
Kevin: Mom, cut it out with the pen.
Gloria: Oh, I'm so sorry. I'm just so excited about the Faces launch.
Jill: Yes, we all are. Okay, what I'd like to discuss-- two things-- the kind of woman we have in mind for Faces of Jabot, and how much mileage we're gonna be getting out of this contest.
Cane: Knock, knock. I'm sorry to interrupt. Oh, hey, Guys.
Kay: No, no, no, we've, uh, barely started.
Jill: What's up, Darling?
Cane: I'm gonna meet Patterson about the Clear Springs recycling program, okay?
Cane: Oh, you're working on the Faces contest, huh?
Jill: Yes, it's very exciting. We're launching the web site later today.
Kevin: Yeah, and she's a beauty, I might add.
Cane: All right, okay, I'll update you over dinner.
Kay: Over--yes, over dinner? Where we going?
Cane: Uh, there's a new burger joint on Main.
Kay: Well, I sign the bottom of your checks. I think you could afford something a little more upscale, don't you think?
Cane: I'll make it the combo. All right, I'll see you guys later. Bye.
Gloria: You know, I do have a few tweaks for the main page. I mean, the Faces need to say America--all sizes, all shapes, all colors, all ages, and should all be beautiful.
Kay: Gloria, we have established all of that, Dear. Now I would like for us to keep this moving, if you please? I would like to accomplish as much as we can before our meeting with Jeff Bardwell if that's possible.
Jill: Oh, Bardwell, that's right.
Jill: I've got it.
Nikki: Mmm. This breakfast-- it was a great idea.
David: I'm just happy to see you eating.
Nikki: Mmm. I am so hungry.
David: I take this as a positive sign that you can eat when you're with me. Would you like some more coffee?
David: Good. I think you're less tense because you've decided to move away from the ranch.
David: There's no excuse for the way Victor treats you.
Nikki: I knew it was gonna be a challenge living under the same roof with him, but I thought we could work it out. I guess not.
David: For Victoria's sake. I understand. Which leads me to this... now I agree with you that Victoria needs to be with her mother, and I've been thinking... why don't we buy a house? One big enough for Victoria and round the clock private nurse care? You and your daughter deserve to live in a stable, happy home, Nikki. And I'd like to give that you. You have suffered under the hand of Victor long enough. And I don't want you to sacrifice another thing for that man.
Victor: Hi, J.T.
J.T.: Hey, Victor. How's Victoria?
Victor: Not any better, no worse. How's the baby?
Brad: He's good. We're waiting for the nurse to finish checking his vitals.
Victor: Yes, Nurse?
Woman: We'll be allowing visitors again shortly. Restricted to one person at a time.
Victor: I'll be in momentarily.
Victor: Thank you.
J.T.: Actually, Victor, if you wouldn't mind, I've been waiting.
Brad: So have I.
Victor: Then you both can wait a little longer.
Nikki: I love that you've thought this through and included my daughter.
David: Don't say no, Nikki. Not without giving it some thought. What is it? Are you afraid of antagonizing Victor?
Nikki: Well, that's part of it. The more battles I can avoid the better.
David: Okay, and what's the other part?
Nikki: Well, I just think that when Victoria wakes up, she should be surrounded by her own things.
David: We can move her things.
Nikki: No, in her own room.
David: That makes perfect sense.
Nikki: You're not upset?
David: No. I'm not upset, disappointed. You just want what's best for your daughter. I just want what's best for you.
David: Oh, that's the Beeker meeting. I gotta run.
Nikki: Okay. Well, thanks for breakfast. Sorry I ate so much.
David: We'll talk later.
Nikki: Okay. Thanks.
Sharon: Hey, Nikki.
Nikki: Hi, Sharon.
Sharon: It's really good to see you out and about a little bit. How you doing?
Nikki: I'm okay.
Sharon: Yeah? 'Cause I--well, I talked to Victor last night.
Nikki: Oh. Well, then you know how I'm doing.
Sharon: Is there anything I can do?
Nikki: No, I can't think of anything. You know, there is something.
Sharon: Oh, well, name it.
Nikki: Your house at the ranch? Would you mind if I stayed there?
Sharon: Of course not. I--yeah.
Nikki: And that would be perfect. I would be close enough to Victoria without being under the same roof as Victor. Thank you, Sharon.
Ben: The office has been swamped with calls.
Jack: They wanna hear what I have to say. What, they didn't hear enough when I was defending myself with the senate ethics committee?
Ben: They're interested in what you have--
Jack: Oh, I know what they're interested in. The vultures are circling before the body's cold. No, they want the latest clips of a disgraced Senator Abbott that they can air ad nauseum and bask in their own self-righteousness. It isn't just my career I'm losing here. I'm about to lose a family! My wife can't stand to be in the same room with me, so you'll forgive me if I don't have some glib ad lib to hand you right now at the tip of my tongue.
Ben: Jack, we can do this--
Jack: I am not going to make a statement! You want that? Go--go get a statement from Victor! Or Gloria! Leave me alone!
Victor: When you grow just a little bigger, I'll take you to the ranch. And then I'll take you to see your mother. And I bet you she's gonna open her eyes when she sees you and hears your voice. Mm-hmm. And then when you grow a little bigger, then we'll have a little room for you. Just for you. Gonna get it all ready. And you know what? I'm gonna put some old boxing gloves in there. And then when you grow older, I'll teach you how to box. You'll become a tough little kid. I promise you. Just like your grandpa. Okay? You just gotta keep on fighting now. You just wait. They call you "The Miracle Newman." I'll teach you everything. Okay?
Cane: Hey. How you doing, Man?
Cane: So how's the little one?
J.T.: Well, he's hanging in there.
Cane: That's good. Can I have an iced tea, please?
J.T.: I gotta give you props, Man.
Cane: What for?
J.T.: Not bringing up the situation.
Cane: There's a situation, is there?
J.T.: Yeah, paternity. I figured--I figured Mrs. Chancellor told you all about it.
Cane: Oh, you know, I learned awhile back that there's three things you don't really talk about-- religion, politics, who's the baby's daddy?
J.T.: Yeah, well, we don't really know. It could be Brad. It could be me.
Cane: Victoria's ex?
J.T.: Yeah. But when I look at that kid, Man, I'm telling you, I see my son, you know? And I want him to be mine. I really do.
Cane: That's impressive, you know?
Cane: Well, you know, there's a--there's a couple of things that scream, "I'm an adult now"-- buying a house, having a kid.
J.T.: You know, a few years ago I had a chance to take care of a friend of mine and her son. And I thought-- I thought being around that kid would make me--make me run in the complete opposite direction, but... well, it shocked me as much as anybody... it didnít. You know, I got really attached to him.
Cane: And now you're stepping up again. Cheers to that.
J.T.: It's more than that, though. Maybe it's-- maybe it's a biological thing, I don't know, but... when I look at my son, when I look at that kid, I think if anybody ever tried to hurt him, Man, I would... I'd give up my life. I'd give up my life. Whatever he needs. For the rest of his life.
Brad: Thank you, Sharon. I really appreciate it. Uh, excuse me? Doctor, I-I saw you in with the baby earlier. You looked concerned.
Doctor: And you are?
Brad: A family friend.
Doctor: You need to speak to the Newmans then. I update them regularly. Excuse me.
Brad: This is what I'm talking about. This is making me crazy. Nobody will tell me anything.
Sharon: Wow, they won't even let you go in there and see him?
Brad: No. Well, there is one nurse that takes pity on me and lets me in now and again. But until I hear the magic words, "You're the father"--
Sharon: Oh, did they do the D.N.A. test?
Brad: No, Victor and Nikki won't agree to it.
Sharon: Well, they won't agree with each other about anything right now.
Brad: And that makes it even tougher. You know, Victor was here earlier, and he made it clear that he'd be the first one to go in. Now I understand that he's the grandfather, and he has every right to see his grandson. But I-I feel like an outsider. I mean, that could be my son in there, and--and I'm excluded at every turn.
Woman: You can go in.
Brad: Oh, thank you so much. Do you mind?
Sharon: No. No. Go ahead.
Brad: Thanks a lot.
Sharon: I'm gonna wait here for you.
Brad: Okay. All right?
Woman: All right.
Brad: Thanks. Hey, little man. Do you know how popular you are? There is a line around-- uh, Nurse, his--his breathing seems like its irregular.
Brad: What's that noise? What's happening?
Doctor: Sir, step back.
Brad: What's going on? What's happening? What's wrong with him?
Doctor: You need to leave so I can do my job. Get him out of here.
Kay: Now we are hiring an outside accounting firm to handle the ballots?
Gloria: Yes, I've already contacted that firm we used last year that you liked so much.
Jeff: Oh, I'm sorry for the interruption. I'll wait outside.
Jill: Oh, no, no, no. Please, come in.
Kay: Hello. We can do this later.
Kevin: Uh, no, actually, we canít. Not if we want it to go up on the web today. 'Cause we have to finish going over the design layout for the page.
Kay: I, uh...
Jill: Katherine and I will work with you on that later, after we've had our meeting with Mr. Bardwell.
Kay: I was intrigued by your, uh, phone call, Mr. Bardwell.
Jeff: Yes, I've been very much looking forward to this meeting.
Jill: Yes, you said you had a new business proposal that we wouldn't be able to resist?
Kay: And we would love to hear it.
Jill: Uh, Kevin, Gloria?
Kevin: Yeah? Oh. Yeah.
Jeff: There's no proposal. I'm telling them everything.
Gloria: He said everything. He's gonna tell 'em everything. What do I do?
Kevin: You get the hell out of doge. You've got the funds. You go find some tropical island and work on your tan.
Gloria: Honey, I think you're right. I'll hire a plane, pay off the pilot so he doesn't tell anybody. I just need to get a few things from the house.
Kevin: Unh-unh. Don't even go home. You know what? You can buy whatever you need later. Bon voyage, Mom.
Gloria: No, no, just stop. Just stop. I need to think about this.
Kevin: You don't have time to think about this.
Gloria: I have family here. I have a life right here.
Kevin: You'll be doing life in a cell, next to Jana, if you don't leave now.
Gloria: All he has is circumstantial evidence. That is not proof.
Kevin: You said he had the cream and it burned his hand.
Gloria: And I'll just deny it. What's it got to do with me?
Kevin: All right, fine, and what if Kay and Jill don't believe you? Then what?
Gloria: I don't know. What do I do?
Kevin: I don't know, Mom, but whatever you do, you gotta figure it out right now.
Ben: Still debating?
Jack: I was just looking over all the projects that I chaired, the bills I introduced. I'm proud of what we accomplished.
Ben: You should be.
Jack: But then, pride is one of the seven deadly sins, isn't it? Oh, well. I guess my constituents have decided I've engaged in all the others. I had no right lighting into you like that, and I'm sorry, okay?
Ben: Don't worry about it.
Jack: I think I'm still struggling with the idea that Gloria-- Gloria-- brought and end to my political career.
Ben: It's not over yet. There's no proof that the letter she read was authentic. And while it's not a lot of fun to be censured, it doesn't have to be over. It doesn't have to end.
Jack: Tell me that the next time you're censured.
Ben: Bottom line-- you wanna stay and fight this thing, I'm your man, Senator. 110%.
Jack: That kind of loyalty is hard to come by. Thank you, my friend.
Ben: Little news flash-- its not-- it's not only your career on the line here. I was planning on getting you to the white house.
Ben: Hey, I learned from every one of Karl Rove's mistakes. You'll be golden.
Jack: President Abbott, huh?
Ben: Why not?
Jack: I'm not sure I have the fight in me for that, Ben.
Ben: What's the alternative, Senator?
Jack: There are alternatives. I could walk away.
Ben: You never struck me as the "Walk Away" kinda guy.
Jack: You know what? You're right. You have always been straight with me, from day one. You told me truth even when I didn't wanna hear it. I appreciate that. Go ahead. Set up the press conference. I've made my decision.
Ben: Excellent! All right!
Nikki: What happened with my grandson?
Doctor: A bout of irregular breathing like that can mean a high level of carbon dioxide or even acid in the bloodstream.
Sharon: Oh, my gosh, that sounds terrible.
Doctor: It's a common problem for preemies.
Brad: What's the treatment?
Doctor: We'll use a c-pap in addition to his ventilator.
Nikki: Oh, to deliver pressurized air to his lungs? I read about that.
J.T.: Now how--how do we determine if that's really what's wrong with him?
Doctor: A blood test.
J.T.: We only need a few drops, Nikki.
Nikki: I know what you want.
Brad: Nikki, let us do the paternity test. Please.
Gloria: And all those lies he was telling you to discredit me and to make you think terrible things about me-- none of them are true.
Kevin: Good. Good.
Gloria: And I swear to you, he is nothing but a money hungry man who is obsessed with stealing from his brother's widow.
Kevin: I'd cut out the "I swear to you."
Kevin: It's a little too Joan of Arc. But aside from that, it's--it's pretty good. If I didn't know any better, I might actually buy it.
Gloria: You might?
Kevin: Well, could you squeeze out, like, a tear or two?
Gloria: Kevin! Will Katherine and Jill believe me?
Kay: Well, Cane got off this time.
Kay: I look forward to speaking with you again, Mr. Bardwell.
Jeff: Well, you'll definitely be hearing from me. And please, call me Jeff.
Kay: All right.
Jill: Well, Jeff, Katherine and I will discuss your proposal, and we'll get back to you with feedback.
Jeff: I hope you'll be brutally honest. I would expect nothing less.
Kay: Ah. Um, are you, uh, ready, you two?
Sharon: Well, your message sounded intriguing. So, um, what's up?
Jack: Well, I've looked at all the possibilities...
Jack: And I really had only one choice, not just for me, but for us.
Sharon: Which is? Which is?
Jack: I'm resigning.
Sharon: Wow. Um, I know how difficult that's gonna be for you, Jack.
Jack: Well, I would say, "It's the right thing to do," but I'm not sure you could keep a straight face.
Sharon: You're right. And I'm not saying that to punish you, okay? I... I really do believe that this is a step in the right direction.
Jack: I was hoping to hear you say that.
Sharon: Okay, you know what? Don't--don't do that.
Jack: Do what?
Sharon: Don't pretend like you can do one thing, say one thing right, and it is going to fix everything, and it's going to fix us, because it is not.
Jack: Okay, fine, fair enough.
Sharon: I am so... I am so mad at you, Jack! And I'm mad at myself for believing in you!
Jack: I am so sorry.
Sharon: You know, that is the only time you ever say you're sorry is when you got caught.
Jack: I probably deserved that. Look, I'm not going to ask for any promises about us, but I'm about to go do my last press conference as a state senator. And it would mean the world to me if you were by my side. I know I have no right to ask for that. I'm asking anyway.
Neil: Do you happen to know where David Chow is? Have you seen him? Thank you. David.
David: Neil. What's up?
Neil: You're not gonna like what I'm about to tell you.
David: When you start out like that, no, I probably wonít. What?
Neil: Nikki's loan is being called in.
David: Are you kidding me? Nikki's daughter is still sick. Her grandson is lying in the I.C.U. and Victor decides to pull this garbage now?
Neil: It's complicated.
David: Son of a bitch!
Neil: Watch what you say about the man.
David: What? What, you actually respect him or are you just trying to protect your job?
Neil: I happen to respect Victor immensely. Don't make it personal, all right?
David: Oh, please. Please! What the hell else could it possibly be if not personal? We're talking about the man's wife who left him.
Neil: It's strictly business.
David: Don't tell me the man know how to keep his personal and his business life separate, okay? Because that is a crock. Nikki dared to stand up to the great Victor Newman and he got his panties in a wad!
Neil: David, you only know 1% of the story.
David: I know an egomaniac when I see one. What--what, did you tell him what we talked about earlier? Don't think I won't go to the press with this.
Neil: I tried to talk him out of it several times.
David: Yeah, right. Aren't you the noble one? Look, you do not talk to Nikki about this. Do you understand me? She doesn't need the stress. I will deal with it.
Victor: I thought you would be here.
Nikki: Why? Why do you say that? Did the hospital call?
Victor: What happened?
Nikki: The baby had trouble breathing.
J.T.: They put him on a c-pap in addition to the ventilator.
Brad: They found traces of carbon dioxide in his blood.
Victor: Why wasn't I told about this?
Nikki: Well, they reached me first, so I approved them doing a blood test and the treatment.
J.T.: We wanna use some of the blood for a D.N.A. test.
Brad: The test can't be done unless you both agree.
Nikki: Look, we have the opportunity to learn the truth. They deserve to know. And we could go to court, but in the end, they're gonna order a blood test. Let's just do it. It's time.
Jeff: Hello, Beautiful. Looking for me? I'm not at the bottom of that glass.
Gloria: So you didn't tell Katherine and Jill all those lies about me? Did you come to your senses and realize it was a waste of time?
Jeff: I never intended to. But that doesn't mean I wonít. I have tomorrow, the day after tomorrow, next week. You're a clever woman. You get the picture. Are you shaking in your-- what Iím sure are top dollar-- boots yet?
Gloria: What do you want?
Jeff: To ease your anxiety. Make it all go away. You'll never have to spend another second wondering whether I'll tell the world what it is you've done. All you have to do... is marry me.
Jack: I originally ran for the state senate because Wisconsin is my home. Always has been. I love its quiet beauty. I love its majesty. I love the plain-spoken, Midwestern values of its people. The controversies that surround me today threaten to overshadow any possible good I might do in the future. Therefore, I am today resigning from the state senate, effective immediately. I began this day looking at book of my father's, a favorite of his. It always sat on his desk, today it sits on mine. In it I found a quote from Theodore Roosevelt, and if you will indulge me, I'd like to share it with you now. "It is not the critic who counts, not the man who points out how the strong man stumbles, or where the doer of good deeds could've done them better. The credit belongs to the man in the arena, whose face is marred by dust and sweat and blood, who strives valiantly... who knows the great enthusiasms, the great devotion, who spends himself in a worthy cause, who at best knows in the end the triumph of high achievement, and who, if he fails, at least fails while daring greatly."
[Jill watching the press conference on TV]
Jill: Finally, the man pays for his sins.
[Kevin calls his mom]
Kevin: Hey, Mom, assuming that you're not actually in handcuffs, I hope you're watching Jack's press conference. This has turned out to be a really, really good day.
Jack: My time in the senate has been marred by recent events. I honestly believe, though, with time and an unbiased eye, the positives will outweigh the negatives. I wanna thank my supporters, and my detractors. They made me strive to be the best senator I could possibly be. I wanna thank my wife, who has been and continues to be my shelter in a storm. I have gotten such love and support from my family. The value of which is immeasurable. I wanna thank... all those who voted for me. I want to wish the very best of luck to my successor. And I want to say how proud, how honored I was to serve the people of this great state. Thank you.
Victor: Thank you very much.
J.T.: What did they say?
Victor: The baby is doing well.
Brad: All right, let's not sidestep the real issue here. Other medical decisions are going to have to be made for him.
Victor: And I will make those decisions.
J.T.: As long as we don't know who the father is, you're calling the shots.
Victor: You're damn right. That's my grandson we're talking about.
Brad: And if he's my son, they'll be able to tell me what's going on with him. Right now, they won't tell me anything. I shouldn't have to wait until they call one of you to find out if my son's in a life-threatening situation.
J.T.: Or my son. Look, we all want what's best for him. I know that. Victor, I'm pleading to your humanity here. Please.
Nikki: Victoria would want to know.
Victor: Order the test.
Next on "The Young and the Restless"...
Gloria: I go to jail and my loving husband gets every dime of my inheritance.
Kevin: It's kind of brilliant.
Nick: You think you'll leave him?
Phyllis: She'll forgive you.
Jack: Not this time.
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